Reviews and Problems with Texas Instruments TI-36X II
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TI Design, Quality, and Functionality — Under $20
Brandon Lundh, Amazon
27 September 2015
Summary: I’m taking a business math class that requires me to do a huge volume of simple calculations for which my TI-92 graphing calculator (that has served me well for 20 years) is simply overkill. Of course it is capable of doing everything I need, but it’s huge and cumbersome to use for basic math.
Summary: TI-36X Pro is the most advanced scientific calculator that you can use on the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. The ideal person for this calculator are students or professionals in the field of engineering, or even the everyday person that uses math.
Summary: Ok so heres the deal. I am a calculator FIEND. I am very serious about my calculators, being I am in engineering school so I am constantly using one. This thing is ridiculous. The reason I bought this one was because of certain calculator restrictions for my classes.
This calculator is currently the best choice for STEM students
Talen Phillips, Amazon
4 August 2015
Summary: This calculator is currently the best choice for STEM students. The textbook-style entry is good enough to pull me away from HP's RPN calculators. The only direct competitor to this is the Casio fx-115ES Plus (a.k.a.
Summary: After several months of using this calculator, I have to say that there are few calculators that give you more bang for the buck than this one. As many other reviewers have noted, it's very easy to use.
Excerpt: I searched for a calculator that had multiple memory locations, worked with fractions and could convert decimal to fraction. I found a few and picked this TI-36X Pro because of the features and price. It displays multiple lines, which is a bonus.
Excerpt: My son needed a scientific calculator for math class. He wanted it to be a Texas Instrument because they have a reputation for being the best. I got him the TI-36X since it is even good for someone going into engineering which I know he is interested in.